SourceLink Nebraska is one of the five core programs of the Nebraska Business Development Center at UNO. Starting in July of 2020, their began mapping entrepreneurial and business development resources for new and existing business owners in Nebraska. SourceLink Nebraska is a statewide platform where anyone can connect with nonprofit, education, and government resources for building or growing businesses. In other words, SourceLink Nebraska is a one-stop shop for Nebraska entrepreneurs, existing businesses, and resource partners. SourceLink Nebraska is a no-cost service. They are supported by the generosity of Omaha Public Power District (OPPD), the Peter Kiewit Foundation, the University of Nebraska, the University Technology Development Corporation (UTDC), the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources (IANR), Nebraska Extension, and the Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC).
SourceLink Nebraska establishes the core infrastructure for Nebraska’s economic development ecosystem, consequently elevating transparency and increasing accessibility of resources. Likewise, SourceLink Nebraska supports economic development in Nebraska by enhancing the coordination of services statewide. This infrastructure will help to reveal and correct regional deficits in resource availability while promoting collaboration between resource partners.
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